Is your website designed to meet a mobile user’s expectation?

When browsing the web today, it’s fascinating how many sites are still not optimised for mobile. Smartphones have had a significant impact on people’s daily behaviours, and to adapt to that change a mobile optimised website is a must. In 2017 we passed 4 billion internet users worldwide, and people expect nothing less than that your site works perfectly on any device, is user-friendly, look great and of course, load fast.

Below I’ve listed a few essential things you have to consider when designing a website to meet a user’s mobile expectations.

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The ten commandments of online and digital

The other week I had lunch with one of Zooma’s friends and she asked me to create the ten commandments of online and digital. She needed it for an internal workshop with their sales and marketing. Here you’ll find a summary of the ten most common bits of advice regarding obtaining an online and digital mindset. Including a PDF that you can download and keep as a constant reminder.

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How to maximise traffic & conversion rate on published blog posts

Once you have been publishing blog posts for a while, it’s time to review the result! If you’re like most hard-working marketers, you don’t have a whole bunch of time for researching best practices, analyse your data and decide the best actions. Luckily for you, I have put together an easy-to-use quick-guide which will save you time and help you get going.

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What mobile apps do 18–34 year olds’ use the most?

If you’re guessing Snapchat, Facebook or Instagram, you’re not the only one. However, according to a recent survey by comScore, none of these is among the top two, and one of them isn’t even in the top ten. Want to know what apps made the list and which is on top? Then let’s get to it!

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What traditional company is most ‘onlinified’ and digitalised?

From time to time I ask you questions here. The title of this post is a straightforward, simple question and yet such a difficult one to answer. By ‘traditional’ I mean a company that started before 1994, and is a so-called ‘B2B company’. Some say Apple. Some say a bank. Some say a travel company. Others say Amazon (which started in 1994). Most people, however, find it difficult to come up with an answer at all.

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